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CNBC
Feb 1, 2013 11:00pm EST
a guide to make a money in a rally? is cramer going to draw us a picture on how to pick your nose? who needs help when it's up during a multiday run-up? like a love buy fest? do you need my help to help you deal with the stocks and do we buy into more money, problem on the show. absolutely not. but i'll explain it get back to those of you have had their portfolios trashed making sure that doesn't happen again. rebuilding your wealth on a sound basis. sure, everybody makes money in a big rally. you can feel like your portfolio is running itself, but i'm not here tonight to talk about how to make the most possible money when the market is up big. honestly i can care less. the most important lesson for dealing with a major short term move higher is that you always have to work to prepare yourself for the future. and not let some great opportunity pass to sell sell sell. i know, you heard it. dirty word, not from me though. that's right. just as we can't give in to despair when the market is down big, you similarly don't want to give into euphoria and buy buy buy when the market is roaring
CNBC
Feb 2, 2013 6:00am EST
. >> the strategy you're using is pretty complicated. it's call a call spread risk reversal. use that money to buy a call spread. we want that stock to go to the short call strike. since we're also short input, we must be willing to. >> there's some catalyst, asian assets that are really important. this company has $5 of their market cap in cash, no debt. some analysts think their asian assets are worth up to $15. they have this new ceo in place, start cutting costs, continuing to buy that stock and figure out a plan to fix search display ads and they're mobile. if she can do all that, the stock could be really cheap. i was looking at july expiration, okay? i want to sell a put. i want to do it when the stock is ticking lower so i'm adequately compensated. 1965 when the price is up today i could sell the july 18 put at 65 cents and buy the july 20, 22 call spread for about the same price. that structure costs me nothing. it's basically neutral on expiration between $18 and $20, because i haven't paid anything for it. i can make up to $2, between 20 and 22. here is the thing. i put the stock on 18
CNBC
Feb 1, 2013 7:00pm EST
side path right now, i dare say if washington doesn't bomb us with a mega ton of taxes on investment we should be okay. nothing's ever perfect. and corrections are going to come and go. but all this, i see the stock market running up for a good while. now, let's get some advice on how to play it or disagree with it. go to our distinguished panel. ryan kelly, co-founder of shelter harbor capital. jim iuorio, director at tjm institutional services, and cnbc contributor jim pethokoukis. i want to go to b.k., brian kelly first. do you buy the rally continuing? how do you play this? what do you do right now? this is almost like a technical portfolio manager's question. >> yeah. i think probably the best thing you do right now is you take profits on a tremendous run that we've had since january 1st. if you want to actually still capture some of that up side, you can use options so you control your down side. i mean, if you just kind of look at any market, as you said, we're going to get some pullbacks here. what scares me is at bottoms everything looks awful and at tops everything looks fanta
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